Royal Carbon Black is looking to increase its Finster Carbon plant’s profitability through post-processing the char outputted from their Generation 2 pyrolysis reactors by refining it using Generation 3 G3C reactors. The G3C systems will be retrofitted into the existing plant’s material flow and will increase the grade and, therefore, the market value, of the final product.

This MOU represents G3CT’s strong entry into India’s rCB industry. 


The purchase will be contingent on demonstration of the commercial size G3C system capable to increase the Finster Carbon plant’s profitability and recover the capex within agreed upon terms.

The major recovered Carbon Black (rCB) producer – Royal Carbon Black Pvt. Ltd. (Mumbai, India), which is the owner of the largest currently operational rCB plant in the world (200 tpd - tons per day), – Finster Carbon Pvt. Ltd. ( has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with G3C Technologies on June 25, 2019, on purchasing G3C systems of total capacity of 100 tpd. 

News Update: June 25, 2019

The largest rCB producer in the world will buy G3C systems with total capacity of 100 tpd

Finster Carbon’s plant utilizes a Generation 2 tire conversion technology. As such, it currently produces rCB by recovering a mix of carbon black grades, used to build the original tires. Royal Carbon Black is selling their rCB to Plastic and Industrial Rubber makers at the discount prices, which merit their rCB ability to replace virgin Carbon Black (vCB) in the final products.